Rossi’s Edition of the Coptic Papyrus Codices in the Egyptian Museum in Turin

Those interested in Coptic texts owe a debt of gratitude to Alin Suciu for scanning and making available the out of print and very rare edition of the Coptic manuscripts in the Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, edited and published by Francesco Rossi. I’d been hoping for some time to eventually get hold of a copy to take a look at the texts about John the Baptist, in the interest of comparing them to Mandaean sources. Click through to read his post and download the pdfs of volume 1 of I papiri copti del Museo Egizio di Torino (he will also share volume 2 when he has finished scanning it).

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